Sunday, 29 May 2011

Our calendar - the second Polish page (July)

If you want to compare our students visions with reality and if you want to know something more about these places, just click the pictures. Have a nice trip.:)

The second questionnaire - Paris (part1)

Let`s travel to Paris

(the evaluation questionnaire for the guests - teachers)

This is the second part of our project evaluation questionnaire – this time connected with the project meeting in Paris. Thank you for your sincere and exhaustive answers very much. The conclusions help us to improve the level of our meetings` organization and the project`s cooperation.

The questionnaire is anonymous.

1. What is your sex?

2. How old are you?

3. Where do you come from?

4. What subject do you teach?

5. What language or way did you use to communicate

during the meeting?

6. Why did you take part in mobility to Paris?

7. Was that your first visit in Paris?

8. What was the most difficult part of preparation to your visit to Paris?

9. How many students did you take (separately – girls and boys)?

10. How did you choose students from your school for a trip to Paris?

11. How helpful was the contact with the school coordinator from Paris? (estimate from 1 to 10)

12. What was the most memorable impression during your visit in France?

13. What would you like to change in our project meetings` organization?

14. What else should be taken into consideration in this questionnaire?

Tuesday, 24 May 2011

Open Street Map (Foligno - Italy)

Open Street Map creates and provides free geographic data such as street maps to anyone who wants them. The project was started because most maps you think of as free actually have legal or tecnichal restrictions on their use, holding back people from using them in creative and pruductive ways.
Our class, while preparing the Comenius meeting  in Foligno, had an Open Street Map laboratory  in order to create an orientation map for our foreigner guests.

Sunday, 22 May 2011

Plant biodiversity (Spello - Umbria- Italy)

The Roman aqueduct of Spello  is an  itinerary that combines the constructive culture of our ancestors, a landscape of great charm and also a place where the traveler can admire the colors and scents of the flora and natural vegetation of these places

Friday, 6 May 2011

Foligno (Umbria, Italy)

Hello boys and girls. I’m Nesserin and someone has already met me in Foligno. Now I would like to present my town
Foligno is one of the very few Umbrian cities built in the plain. It rises up on the banks of Topino river where the river erupts into the valley in an area where extensive drainage of the large swamplands took place, first during Roman times, then during the 15th and 16th centuries, and finally in the 19th century.
Very probably, the most significant part of one's stay at Foligno is a visit to the Piazza della Repubblica and the adjoining Piazza Duomo. The former, in its present-day appearance, with its elongated shape and the junction of four streets at the corners was planned according to the lay-out popular in the 12th and the 13th centuries for many Umbrian town squares. The Cathedral and the Town Hall, erected between 1262 and 1265, the Pretorio Palace, the Orfini Palace (1515) and the Trinci Palace, which preserves traces of the original beautiful decorations and some rooms with valuable frescoes, look down on the square. 
More attentive tourists should not leave Foligno without having visited the Romanic church of St. Mary Infraportas and the Abbey of Sassovivo, situated at only 6 km's distance from the city center. The former is distinguished, other than by the frescoes dating back to to the 15th and 16th centuries, by its beautiful bell-tower and by its 11th century portico. You'll remember the latter because of its Romanic cloister (13th century), with its 128 slender columns and its mystical atmosphere, typical of Benedictine places of worship. 
Among the most important manifestations taking place in the city we should absolutely mention the Tournament of the Quintana

Tuesday, 3 May 2011


Hello everyone! 
I'm   Sara.  My last name is  "chejjare”. 
 It  is an arabic name meaning "trees". I'm moroccan, but  I grew up in Italy and Ilove Italy so much!
I am 15 years old. I also love going to school because I’ve got a lot of friends and I  always enjoy   being with them.
I am very friendly and I really like to be the center of attention, I like to handle every situation and I like being with others and meet new people.
I live with my family; my mother, my father, my sister and my brother.
I had  dog, a German shepherd dog, but unfortunately he died a few months ago .. Now I have got  two white canaries.
In my free time I go out with friends, I go to the disco and I like to paint murals.
I love  chatting  and listening  to rap music. I like dancing   and in particular belly dancing a very beautiful dance .
My favorite music is rap .. I consider it poetry of the street, and my favorite singers are 50 Cent and Eminem. And I like to watch horror films.

I look forward of  leave  for portugal !
a big kiss to miguel, manuel, dora, ricardo, and cristiana ... and also to everyone else!=)
see you soon!


Monday, 2 May 2011

Plants from Poland

Some Polish seeds just before their way to Portugal :)

The Polish people are known as romantic souls that`s why some flowers will represent us in a Portuguese garden.

Our calendar - the Polish page (January)

Every second Sunday of January since 1993 The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity (WOŚP in Polish) tries to save the lives of people.

This year - thanks to Comenius project "Let`s travel" - we decided to do something special for WOŚP. Adrian and Tomek agreed to play between lessons in the school hallway.

Some ginger - breads baked by Przemek`s mother for WOŚP.
Delicious and so much worth!

A part of Comenius group took part in the great final of WOŚP in a centre of Zabrze. We were trying to be really generous. Grain to grain...:)

This is a greeting of WOŚP. It means something like "hello". The photo was taken in January 2011 in our school after 2 days with live music. Two of our students were playing for WOŚP during breaks and the whole school was collecting money for sick children in Poland.
One of guitarists is holding his beloved instrument.

This is a logo of The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity which was made by Gosia (12 years, our student`s sister).

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